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" Soret in 1863, and is now universally adopted, " that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition. "
Belfast Literary Society 1801-1901: Historical Sketch with Memoirs of Some ... - Page 101
by Belfast Literary Society - 1902 - 190 pages
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The Chemical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All ..., Volume 13

William Francis, Henry Croft - Chemistry - 1855
...author draws the conclusion, " that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition." THE CHEMICAL GAZETTE. No. CCCX.— September 15, 1855. SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY. On Fulminuric...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 7

Mathematics - 1856
...author draws the conclusion, " that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition." XIII. "On Rubian and its Products of Decomposition." — Part III. By EDWARD SCHUNCK, FRS Received...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1856
...author draws the conclusion "that ozone from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered, or allotropic condition." — Proc. Royal Society. Influence of Ozone. — For some time past continuous observations have been...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1856
...draws the conclusion, ' ' that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition."— Philosophical Magazine, No. 68. HEAT WITHOUT FUEL. THE problem of acquiring Heat without Fuel appears...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1856
...draws the conclusion, ' ' that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same sxibstance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition." — Philosophical Magazine, No. 68. HEAT WITHOUT FUEL. THE problem of acquiring Heat without Fuel appears...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1856
...author draws the conclusion "that ozone from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered, or allotropic condition."— Proc. Royal Society. Influence of Ozone. — For some time past continuous observations have been made...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 15

Pharmacy - 1856
...author draws the conclusion, " that ozone, from whatever source derived, is one and the same substance, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropie condition." — Proceeding! of the Hoyai Society, vol. vii., No. 14. PROCESS FOB THE PREPARATION...
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Chemical Reactions: A Popular Manual of Experimental Chemistry, Part 2

John Joseph Griffin - Chemistry - 1860
...168). They appear to have been made with great care, and he draws from them the conclusion, that ozone is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition. I do not agree with his conclusion, because his experiments, however carefully performed, are not of...
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Chemical Recreations, a Popular Manual of Experimental Chemistry, Volumes 1-2

John Joseph Griffin - Chemistry - 1860
...168). They appear to have been made with great care, and he draws from them the conclusion, that ozone is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropic condition. I do not agree with his conclusion, because his experiments, however carefully performed, are not of...
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Nature, Volume 33

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1886
...whatever source derived, is one and the same body, having identical properties and the same constitution, and is not a compound body, but oxygen in an altered or allotropie condition." The investigation into the nature of ozone was continued by Andrews and Tait,...
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